PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (June 5, 2008)—The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners released the following statement today in regards to the storm damage experienced on Wednesday:
The Calvert County, Md., Board of County Commissioners, through the Calvert County Department of Public Works, Highway Maintenance Division, will perform roadside collection and removal of residential tree/green debris from County road rights-of way through June 27, 2008, as a result of the storm that affected the County on June 4.
Calvert County residents who live on any County-maintained roadway may place un-bagged debris at the road edge in front of their private property, in the County right-of-way only, between June 5 and 27, 2008, for free removal. County trucks will continuously canvas neighborhoods to remove this vegetative debris.
In addition, the Appeal and Barstow Landfills will accept residential tree/green storm-related debris resulting from the June 4 storm, Monday through Saturday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., through Saturday, June 28, 2008, free of charge.
Tree/green storm-related debris is limited to un-bagged leaves, trees, limbs, branches, bushes, shrubs, etc. All other storm debris including construction and demolition debris (like carpeting, sheetrock, wood, roofing or insulation) and wind-blown garbage will be accepted at the Appeal Landfill only and a fee will apply.
After June 28th, tree/green debris must be taken to Appeal Landfill for a fee.